17th December - Today's News: Record Chilean Heatwave
Earlier this week, Chilean heat wave breaks record temperature set a century ago
As major storms barrel into California: 'Every field is a big lake' whilst elsewhere, after first bitter blast, U.S. faces second wave of frigid air this weekend
A new article from the AMS: Explaining Extreme Events from a Climate Perspective looks at events in 2015 and finds strong anthropogenic signals
Researchers dial in to 'thermostat' in Earth's upper atmosphere that cools us down after corornal mass ejections
Met Observer needed on Tasmania's Maatsuyker Island: Volunteers wanted to really 'get away from it all' at remote lighthouse
And is there life on Earth thanks to acid rain? The suggestion is that this caused "Snowball Earth" to melt, paving the way for the Cambrian Explosion - there was, of course, already (basic) life on Earth before then ...